As we inch our way ever closer to spring, the time is ripe to examine the aesthetic of your home and consider whether an update is overdue. Maybe you’ve been living with the same design and furnishings for too long, or maybe you simply like to keep up with the latest trends when it comes to interior design.
Whatever the case, 2019 offers several exciting interior design trends around which you can revamp the aesthetic of your home. Explore the following ideas and decide which captivates you the most and which would be most appropriate for you.
It’s back! Floral wallpaper is having a resurgence in popularity just in time for the spring of 2019. A large print can give this classic a more modern feel, as can the idea of choosing bold colors instead of pastels and leaves or unusual plants instead of traditional flowers.
However, all floral prints, large and small, are having a resurgence, so follow your taste and choose the one that appeals to you.
When it comes to furnishings, angles are out. Look for pieces with rounded backs and curves. This look hearkens back to the 50’s and 60’s, when the Modern aesthetic was first popularized.
It’s a great way to break up the rigidity that can take over a space when it’s all straight lines and angles. Make your home less function and more form with rounded furniture.
2020 is all about green, in both senses of the word. The color green is becoming more and more prevalent as a choice for furniture, decor, and accent pieces. Design is also becoming more environmentally focused because of the therapeutic benefits and warmth of the color green.
There are plenty of ways to reuse or repurpose things into attractive interior design pieces. You can also select furnishings and other pieces made from recycled materials.
Another way going green is making its mark on interior design is with the increased presence of plants as a design element. Choose a large plant as a statement piece or focal point of a room to really make it stand out!
Another trend lifted from the Modern era of design is the use of gold accent pieces. Don’t worry about breaking the bank—gilded metal combined with gold colored pieces does a great job of hitting this trend.
Look for fixtures like faucets to veer away from the chrome and bronze we’ve seen in recent years and back toward the true gold look that was popular several decades ago. And there’s no doubt, you’ll love the luxuriant look this trend gives your home.
The Modern design trend is definitely making a resurgence in 2019, and it’s a great time to consider redesigning your home and replacing old pieces that just don’t inspire you anymore. Follow along with any of these great trends that have returned from the past with a contemporary twist.
For help finding the interior designers that can lead you to the latest trends, consult with a design matchmaker like Designer Premier of Denver.